Thermostat tempratures are more a function of the local temperature average. If you live in an area that doesn't get much above 100 degrees and gets very cold during the winters such that you need your heater to work well, I'd use a 195 degree thermostat. If you seldom need the heater, you can get by with a 185 degree thermostat. In either case, if the engine runs a little warmer but still within the normal range, it will perform a little more efficiently and give just a little better fuel economy. I almost ALWAYS use a 195 but then I always keep my radiators clean.
where is the thermostat for a 92 Camry located? where is the thermostat for a 92 Camry located? where is the thermostat for a 92 Camry located?
where is the thermostat on a 1996 Toyota Camry
Tell me where the thermostat on the 1995 Toyota Camry is located?
Car overheats or can't reached the normal temperature.
where is thermostat located on Camry
Yes, not that you will often need the heat, but the engine is designed to operate at a thermostat controlled temperature summer or winter.
where is the thermostat located in a 1999 Toyota Camry located and how do you replace it.
Where is the thermostat located and how do you replace it on 1992 toyota camry 4 cylinder ingine
follow the top radiator hose to the intake. it should be there.
It should be located in the water outlet.
1990 Camry 4 cylinder thermostat is located off the bottom intake hose connected to the engine block.
Thermostat is located inside water outlet. You have remove the outlet if you want to replace the thermostat.
my 2001 Camry thermostat is on the bottom hose. my stat is right next to my oil filter
On a 1993 Toyota Camry Vienta, the thermostat can be easily located by following the lower radiator hose to the point where it attaches to the engine. When replacing the thermostat, always replace gaskets as well.
The Engine Coolant Temperature in the Engine is higher than it should be. Check your radiator coolant level - also your radiator may be clogged or thermostat may be stuck.
If the coolant level is correct there are at least two reasons. First one is the thermostat and second one is the temperature sensor. You have to check basically the coolant level, the thermostat and the temperature sensor.
Follow the lower coolant hose from the radiator to the engine block. The housing where it attaches should hold the thermostat. Make sure you insert a new thermostat with the bleed nipple on the top.
Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine. Should be right there. the answer here is incorrect... the thermostat is near the water pump in the housing close to the lower hose...
To change a thermostat on a 1994 Toyota Camry V6, drain the radiator partially. Remove the upper hose assembly, unbolt the thermostat, and put the new one in place. Refill the radiator completely.
The thermostat is located on the bottom right hand side of the engine. You can follow the top radiator hose directly to the thermostat housing.
Be sure the thermostat is not installed backwards.
under the hood
Most likely you have overheating, that's why the keeps running. You need to check the temperature control sensor and the thermostat.
top rad hose at engine
No, but faulty water pump or thermostat can.